China has launched its Chang’e-3 lunar probe mission which will land on the moon and deploy China’s first ever moon rover.
A global study reveals a pandemic of intolerable pain affecting billions, caused by over-regulation of pain medicines.
Seven interesting and captivating articles from the November 2013 issue of Asian Scientist Magazine.
Mental health, obesity and non-communicable diseases are top-priority goals for the region between 2015 and 2030, according to experts from nine Asian countries and Australia.
A study reveals that the rates of death and disability attributable to depression are highest in Afghanistan and lowest in Japan.
Aid agencies are bracing for the worst after Typhoon Haiyan slammed into the Philippines, triggering landslides, heavy flooding and affecting tens of millions of people.
Dr. Cynthia Maung, founder of the Mae Tao Clinic in Thailand, has received the 2013 Sydney Peace Prize.
A joint declaration was issued to reduce disaster risk and strengthen regional cooperation in China, Japan and the Republic of Korea.
In January 2014, Singapore will host the inaugural EmTech Singapore, an edition of the world’s most prestigious technology conference for the very first time.
The RIEC announced on Friday S$330 million in funding for two new programs and a new scheme to bring home top Singaporean scientists.